Collection of three decorative polished stone obelisks, from left to right: a Neoclassical style grey, heavy marble obelisk with contrasting veining and plinth base; a slender and tall red polished stone obelisk, apparently obsidian, with black speckling in the red ground; and an obelisk made out of a very interesting yellow to brown stone known as fossil jasper. Fossilization occurs when organic matter, usually marine life, is replaced by minerals, hardens and acquires the properties of a stone over long periods of time (10,000 years or more). In very good used condition with minor imperfections, mostly nicks and scratches to the softer marble obelisk as shown. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Grey Veined Marble: 10.2" (26 cm); Red Porphyry: 11.4" tall (29 cm); Beige : 8" (20.5 cm); approximately.